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Posted Monday, August 30, 2010 7:20 AM
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Hi All

when we are restoring the Database backup we are getting the following error . In sql server 2000.

Attached is the error .

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Horrible screenshot to read

Does your instance have an E-drive ?
Does that E-drive contain a path called "program files\microsoft sql server\Data" ?
Does your sqlserver service account have the needed auth to that folder ?


Check out Books Online (BOL) topic "restore database"


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Agree with ALZDBA. Most likely your server does not have E drive or the folders that is being referred to in the screenshot.

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